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      05-04-2009, 03:12 AM   #45
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Entry level to what? Compared to KW v3? GC? H&R? Tein?
S/A TCKline is above the KW(good for street use, spring rates are all wrong, mostly too soft), GC(another hybrid kit), Tein, etc, but when compared to JRZ, Moton, Ohlins, Penske, and AST has to offer, it's entry level.
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anyword on edc compatible coils?
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anyword on edc compatible coils?
Just get the KW emulators to get rid of the light.
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anyword on edc compatible coils?


I don't want to just get rid of the light... I want a set of aftermarket shocks that actually works like EDC, like on P-cars with Bilsteins.
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I don't want to just get rid of the light... I want a set of aftermarket shocks that actually works like EDC, like on P-cars with Bilsteins.
You want 'aftermarket, electronically adjustable damper shocks' ??

Why ??

The most common reason to get a c/o kit is:
- Ride Height adjustability
- Damper Adjustability (soft/hard)

You can accomplish both by keeping your OE EDC Shocks and getting Ground Control (or another rep manuf) to produce a 'Spring Coilover Kit' (Springs with adjustable threaded perches that attach to the OE EDC Shocks).

I'll be talking to the owner of GC next week about this
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      11-14-2009, 03:45 PM   #50
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Yes... I want a matched set of performance damper and shocks that works like EDC... But with a more agressive setting, and higher quality damping.
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So do I.
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You want 'aftermarket, electronically adjustable damper shocks' ??

Why ??

The most common reason to get a c/o kit is:
- Ride Height adjustability
- Damper Adjustability (soft/hard)

You can accomplish both by keeping your OE EDC Shocks and getting Ground Control (or another rep manuf) to produce a 'Spring Coilover Kit' (Springs with adjustable threaded perches that attach to the OE EDC Shocks).

I'll be talking to the owner of GC next week about this
any updates?
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One would ask... Dick, what are you waiting

I respond I want someting edc compatible.


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